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Tadich Grill Sued by DC Spinoff Regarding Alleged Racism

And more to know today Tadich, grilled Almost immediately after San Francisco’s oldest restaurant, Tadich Grill, expanded to DC, rumors surfaced that the restaurant’s owners, the Buich family, had ostracized one of [Read entire story]

Tadich Grill Sued by DC Spinoff Regarding Alleged Racism

And more to know today Tadich, grilled Almost immediately after San Francisco’s oldest restaurant, Tadich Grill, expanded to DC, rumors surfaced that the restaurant’s owners, the Buich family, had ostracized one of [Read entire story]

San Francisco Snags Three Spots on Eater’s National Essential 38

Eater critic Bill Addison eats all year long for this After a long year of traveling and eating, roving critic Bill Addison’s National Essential 38 has arrived for 2017. It’s the fourth annual list, which is created [Read entire story]

WesBurger Will Serve Late Night Eats ’Til 3 a.m. at The Den

Fridays and Saturdays Could Wes Rowe be the late night hero San Franciscans have been waiting for? Starting Friday, night owl diners can find out: He’ll serve his Texas-inspired fare from 10:30 p.m. until 3 a.m. at The [Read entire story]

Inside ABV’s Final Upstairs Pop-Up Bar, a Shrine to Tequila

Yes, that is a devil’s head wearing a “Make America Mexico Again” hat 16th Street cocktail haven ABV is rounding out a full year of quarterly-changing bar menus and decor for its upstairs bar-within-a-bar, Over [Read entire story]

Namu Stonepot Needs More Time to Simmer

One star for a muted spinoff of a Mission favorite They didn’t have Caffeine-Free Diet Coke (nor should they), and my 70-year-old mother, out from the East Coast, was annoyed. So she popped over to the convenience [Read entire story]

Fast-Casual Indian Food Will Replace Seed + Salt’s Vegan Cuisine in The Marina

Dabba is expanding from SoMa Seed + Salt, a vegan counter-service restaurant, will close in November after three years in the Marina. But 2240 Chestnut Street won’t be vacant long, since Dabba, an Indian fusion [Read entire story]

Una Pizza Napoletana Rumored to Open in NYC

What could it mean for SF’s own beloved location? Rumors are swirling in New York as news of a potential Una pizza Napoletana expansion has emerged. According to Eater NY, restaurateur Jeremiah Stone (Contra, Wildair) [Read entire story]

Roam Builds Burger Empire With New San Mateo Location

Plus: Google will estimate restaurant wait times, and pot insurance approved Roam now flipping artisan burgers in San Mateo 2010-founded Roam Artisan Burgers is now open at 246 South B Street in San Mateo, where daily [Read entire story]

Honey Butter Fried Chicken Will Descend on Oakland

Chicago’s favorite fried chicken is testing he waters The Bay Area is about to get a taste of Chicago favorite (and Eater Chicago 38 member) Honey Butter Fried Chicken. From Thursday, November 9 through Sunday, [Read entire story]

12 Days, 12 Themes at Meadowood’s Yearly Fine-Dining Extravaganza

The chefs are upping the ante after a year off After taking a year off to open his casual spinoff The Charter Oak, chef Christopher Kostow has brought back the 12 Days of Christmas to The Restaurant at Meadowood. The [Read entire story]

Mission McDonald’s Reborn As Gluten-Free, Paleo Restaurant

The 16th Street Storefront went on a transformative diet The total transformation of a Mission District McDonald’s into a chic, health-focused restaurant called Kitava might inspire diners to make some changes of their [Read entire story]

Café de la Presse Team Now Pouring Organic Wines in the FiDi

Laurent Manrique is back with Herlen Place The oenophiles behind Union Square’s Café de la Presse are now pouring biodynamic, sustainable wines at their new Financial District bar Herlen Place. Until they closed it in [Read entire story]

Smoke From New Upscale Market Is Vexing Lower Nob Hill Neighbors

The owner says it poses no health risks Meraki Market, a new, upscale grocery at a previously abandoned Post Street storefront, arrived last month promising high-quality produce and prepared foods for the Tenderloin/Nob [Read entire story]

Smoke From New Upscale Market Is Vexing Lower Nob Hill Neighbors

The owner says it poses no health risks Meraki Market, a new, upscale grocery at a previously abandoned Post Street storefront, arrived last month promising high-quality produce and prepared foods for the Tenderloin/Nob [Read entire story]

Ayesha Curry Will Open an International Smoke in Houston After SF

Plus news on Hemlock Tavern and Oprah’s favorite things International Smoke goes national Just as Michael Mina and Ayesha Curry ready their San Francisco restaurant for an opening on November 13, the duo has announced [Read entire story]

Chicken Pharm Will Feed Poultry Capital on Fried Chicken

The Petaluma restaurant is going into the former Tuttle Drug Store space Chicken Pharm is almost ready to feed Petaluma, a town once known as the egg capital of the world and still a poultry powerhouse. It opens next [Read entire story]

Supervisor Fewer Calls For Off-Duty Cops To Guard Safeways Following Attack On Employee

Supervisor Fewer Calls For Off-Duty Cops To Guard Safeways Following Attack On Employee

After an incident in which a guard was seriously injured, allegedly by a shoplifter at a Richmond District, Sandra Lee Fewer thinks Safeway should spend more on security. [ more › ] [Read entire story]

Amazon Books Opens Walnut Creek Store With Peet’s Coffee in Tow

Nitro coffee, cold brew, and all the espresso drinks will be on offer Amazon Books has opened its second Bay Area location in Walnut Creek today at 1259 Broadway Plaza, complete with a coffee shop serving Berkeley-based [Read entire story]

Christmas Comes Early With Release of Anchor Christmas Ale

Plus seasonal ice creams, Portuguese Cubanos, and more Media Noche’s chef’s cubano series Starting next Tuesday, November 7, the Mission’s California-Cuban counter-service restaurant Media Noche will start playing [Read entire story]